Located part-way between the Weano Gorge and the Karijini Visitor Centre, Kalamina Gorge is the shallowest of the gorges in the park, and offers a good introduction to the gorges system.
After an initial descent down a set of roughly hewn steps, the track at the base of the gorge brings you to a seasonal waterfall trickling over rock ledges into a small permanent pool.
To explore the gorge further, it’s a relatively easy walk through the gorge itself, following the stream past rock pools and banded rock walls to Rock Arch Pool. The trail crosses the stream (with stepping stones) at a couple of points, and a small amount of ledge walking is required.
At the car park, you’ll find an information shelter, drinking water and toilets.
Allow 30 minutes return to walk to Kalamina Gorge Pool, or 3 hours return to walk to Rock Arch Pool.